It’s been something silly like three years since the last Samsung AMOLED tablet, but the South Korean manufacturer is about to answer your colour and contrast-related prayers. Twice.
One such beast is the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 (the other being the Galaxy Tab S 8.4), and it’s been caught on camera for the first time.
The first Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 pics are relayed by SamMobile, with the front and back captured in all their glory.
On the whole, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 looks nigh on identical to the recent Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1, though we’re told the home button on the front now hides a cheeky fingerprint scanner.
As for the rear, it’s goodbye Samsung Galaxy Note 3-style faux leather, and hello Galaxy S5-inspired perforations. Incidentally, those design decisions were supposedly enough to get Samsung’s head of mobile design “realigned”. Oops.
Also on the back of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5, there are two obvious “dots” (as SamMobile calls them) in the bottom left and right. Those are supposedly connectors for some sort of fancy cover.
Again, Samsung Galaxy Tab S specs (for both the 10.5in and 8.4in models) include a resolution of 2560 x 1600, octa-core Exynos 5 Octa processor (yes, even on the LTE variants), a beastly 3GB of RAM, 8MP/2.1MP cameras, and KitKat Android 4.4.2.